Sculpturally interesting: Liquid and Cantina pendants by Sonneman—A Way of Light

Sonneman—A Way of Light introduced two new pendants—Liquid and Cantina—designed by Robert Sonneman.

Cantina has a flask-like oval glass profile, suspended from a slender cable that rotates randomly to various orientations. It comes with a single point source of LED illumination, contained in the larger glass.

Cantina can be hung individually, in multiples or with spreaders to form larger arrangements. Cantina is available in three sizes with glass options of clear, smoke fade and poured white.


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Meanwhile, Liquid has surface contours that have the look of melting glass. It uses a thin cable from which hangs a LED bulb.

Liquid pendants are available in clear, smoke fade and poured white glass, and can also be hung individually, in multiples or with spreaders to form larger arrangements.

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